You mentioned that Lots-O Huggin Bear should not be considered a Tragic Villain because he is a Complete Monster, and that he got angry when he was replaced rather than depressed. I can understand that, but flash back wasn't just Chuckles's tragic backstory, it was also Lots-O's, the writters of Toy Story themselves consider Lots-O tragic. I can't say he's not a Complete Monster, but it could be possible that Complete Monster can also be tragic, which when you think about it, being a Complete Monster is actually rather tragic. Not to mention, some Complete Monsters can even be Scapegoats, which is a similar, but not the same.
Lotso isn't tragic. The producers went out of their way to convey that while he had a tragic backstory, it no way excuses his actions. In fact, Woody calls him out on how weak his excuse is. It wasn't as much as Daisy abandoning Lotso, it was the other way around.
Although some people have labelled N. Trance as an alien, his official species is an Outer Dimensional Being. Not an alien. Does that still count? In some fonts yes, since they come from a dimension other than Earth. I'm just testing to see what your response is, if you do respond that is.
Type dependent on Version a cahracter can count as both redeemed and a complete monster if in one version they can be redeemed and a other version can be a complete monmster do you under staned english
Type dependent on Version so thier is more then one versio of him his manga version is a redeemed villain his games vierson he is still evil and his tv show veresion is a complete monster and he was also killed of that is why he has